Hollywood, CA, September 19, 2011 – Having produced the highly controversial new viral video “Hot Buns,” which promotes the North American Tour of the Foo Fighters, Angela Guice, president of the award winning entertainment marketing and production agency Nucontext Creative, has found herself at the heart of a national controversy. Depicting four of the 5 band members taking a shower, nude, at a truck stop, “Hot Buns” has drawn the wrath of the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church. Dozens of members of that highly vocal church held a rally last Friday (9/16), picketing the Foo Fighters concert which was to be held that night at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO.
Several hours before the concert in Kansas City, the Foos, dressed as “truck drivers,” surprised their fans by unexpectedly appearing on a flatbed truck, performing the song “Keep it Clean,” live, before the Westboro protestors.
The controversial “Hot Buns” video can be seen here:
The Foo Fighters’ performance on the truck front of the Westboro picketers on 9/16 in Kansas City can be seen here:
Regarding all the controversy, Guice said, “It’s really unfortunate, but hysterically funny, that some of the ‘haters’ of the world chose to picket against what was clearly meant as a comedic, tongue-in-cheek video produced in the spirit of the Foo Fighters’ off the wall sense of humor. But what is fortunate is that it’s the Westboro Baptist Church lunatics that made the asses of Dave and the other Foo Fighters – along with their message of keepin’ it clean and tolerance for all – infamous!”
Earlier this year, Guice and NuContext produced “This Video Sucks!”, a promotional campaign which aired on the Fuse TV network that served as a call to action by Foo Fighters to aspiring filmmakers—seeking fans to direct their next music videos. Also this year, Guice and NuContext produced two extremely popular music videos promoting Foo Fighters’ 2011 CD release, “Wasting Light.” Those videos were entitled “Rope” and “White Limo.”
ABOUT NUCONTEXT CREATIVE:
Launched by noted producer Angela Guide in Hollywood in 2005, Nucontext Creative, the winner of numerous entertainment and broadcasting industry awards and honors, specializes in the conception, production, and post production of promotional campaigns, including live action shoots, promos, upfront presentations, websites, and mobile delivery, for television networks, programs, and telefilms, theatrical film and home entertainment releases, and multi-media corporations and their products.
Major cable television networks and entertainment companies including THQ, Sony, NBC Universal, Oxygen, Lifetime, Lifetime Movie Network, USA Network, The Disney Channel, Syfy, Fuse, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, Teen Nick, Universal HD, Chiller, SoapNet, IFC, Sleuth, The Hub, and AMC Networks are counted among Nucontext clients. Please see: